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medical law

n.
The branch of law that deals with the application of medical knowledge to legal problems.
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Medical Law and Ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
AN International Medical Law Expert, Barrister Laolu Osanyin, has said that Nigerian medical doctors are easy target for litigation due to their poor record keeping habit.
It covers foundational knowledge, such as health care roles and responsibilities, medical law and ethics, professional communications, and medical terminology; anatomy and physiology; front and back office tasks, including business communications, patient records, medical insurance and coding, billing and payment for medical services, banking and accounting procedures, preparing for clinical procedures, assisting with examinations, various medical procedures, first aid and responding to emergencies, and rehabilitation and healthy living; and preparing for employment.
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Mammadov from Azarbijan was the next invited keynote speaker in this session who talked about importance of Bioethics and Medical Law courses.
On Wednesday, February 25, Louise Hawkley, Medical Law expert at Irwin Mitchell, will be leading talks to give support and guidance to former patients of the surgeon, who was suspended by the General Medical Council in 2012.
Mr Dhillon leads a team specialising in international travel litigation and Ms Tomlinson heads up a team within the medical law department.
Angela Kirtley, a medical law and patients' rights expert from Irwin Mitchell's North East office, said: "Patient safety should be the number one point of concern for all NHS trusts.
The European Association of Health Law (EAHL) is an international organization, associating lawyers (both science workers and practitioners) specializing in medical law. The European Association of Health Law aims at strengthening the health and human rights interface throughout Europe, and to serve as an indispensable source of advice and guidance for the future of health law and policies in Europe.
In a volume she originally produced for the series International Encyclopedia of Laws/Medical Laws, Choong (medical law, U.
"The Medical Law, which was issued by His Highness the Emir of the State of Qatar, is considered a turning point in the development of the medical field, and an advancement in the field with the private sector," it said.
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